Germania : A Captivating Guide to the History of a Region in Europe where Germanic Tribes Dominated and How it Transformed into Germany / [print] Captivating History. - [Unknown] : Captivating History, (c)2021. - 188 pages : 23 cm - Captivating History . - Captivating History .

Introduction ; The Early History of Germania ; The Barbarian Leaders ; The Merovingians and the Carolingians ; The Holy Roman Empire ; The Reformation ; The Thirty Years' War ; The Age of Enlightenment ; Napoleon and the Revolution in Germany ; The Many Wars and the Unification ; World War I ; World War II ; Modern Germany ; Conclusion.

Germany is a relatively young nation-state. United in 1871, it's even younger than the United States. However, the territories inhabited by the Germanic people have a rich history that reaches far back in prehistory and antiquity. Located in the heart of Europe, Germany witnessed centuries of conflicts, immigration, and negotiations. Consequently, its shape, size, and ethnicity changed throughout history. The territories which constitute Germany today were often war zones, and at times they would join forces against a common enemy or break apart due to internal conflicts. Because of these conflicts, Germany’s boundaries, as well as what it means to be German, fluctuated throughout history and, in some way, are still evolving. The region's long and troubled history influences its present, its politics, and its nationality.

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